THERE will be bagpipes, a shootout between a pig, a possum and tiger and even a flyover at Glen Park on Sunday.
Boomers teams from under-11s to senior men and women will wear a tribute playing strip to help raise money for injured Albury Tiger James McQuillan in the clash with Wodonga Diamonds.
Organiser Rod Claxton wanted it to be a family day and has put together a program of events for everyone.
“About 10 minutes before the main game there will be a mascot shootout with the Albury Tigers mascot, Prime Possum and Hogs Breath Cafe’s Hogster Pig having a shot on goal,” he said.
“The senior men will then be walked onto playing pitch with under-11 kids wearing their James McQuillan tribute strip while the national anthem is played on bagpipes.
“Weather permitting we will have a helicopter flyover.”
Claxton said they had been overwhelmed by the response.
“There will be raffles with a stack of prizes and donation buckets on the day as well,” he said.
“The whole club has really got behind this idea and hopefully we can raise a sizeable donation for James.”